|Get Master Orochi Rank for all 27 characters|
There are 2 special endings in this game.
|Special Ending 1||Beat the game with Kyo, Iori, and Reiji as a team|
|Special Ending 2||Beat the game with Moe, Miu, and Jun as a team (all must have Master Orochi Rank)|
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The King of Fighters EX2: Howling Blood is a fighting game released by Playmore, MMV and Sun-Tec for the Gameboy Advance. It is based on The King of Fighters 2000 and is the sequel of The King of Fighters EX. It was also ported for the N-Gage as The King of Fighters Extreme. Like its predecessor, The EX series takes place in an alternate timeline where the events of the NESTS Saga did not occur, as Kyo Kusanagi was found by Moe Habana rather than NESTS at the end of KOF ’97, thus this game took place instead of KOF 2000 in the EX continuity.
In this storyline, there are not three sacred treasures, but ten. A man named Gustav Munchausen is trying to revive the spirit of Goenitz by channeling it in a boy’s body. The boy, Sinobu Amou, is one of the ten sacred treasures, and Gustav hosts the King of Fighters EX2 tournament to test his new weapon’s power. Being the second installment of the KOF Series on Nintendo’s 32-bit handheld, this title brings a lot of gameplay characteristics and elements taken from its arcade/console counterpart, The King of Fighters 2000 Such examples include the backgrounds and a good part of its musical repertoire.
However, a set of additional stuff was included, like the appearance of 3 all-new exclusive characters (the male Reiji Okami and the females Miu Kurosaki and Jun Kagami), 2 new backgrounds, a modified Striker System (where the 2nd and 3rd players of a team will assume progressively this function) and a “Ranking Mode”, where you’ll be rated according to your fighting performance (beginning from Newcomer until Master Orochi).
The King of Fighters EX2 - Howling Blood
Japan: January 1, 2003
Game Boy Advance
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